Monday, September 24, 2012

Cartridge Showcase: Autumn Celebrations


Hello, and welcome to out Cricut Showcase.  I am Charlotte from A Little Bit Of Detail, and this week I am showcasing the Cricut Cartridge Autumn Celebrations.  



This cartridge has so many wonderful images.  AND it also has great layers, phrases with layers, tags and cards!!  How great is that!

The first project I want to share with you is a card bringing Autumn Greetings.


This pumpkin is one of my favorite images on the cartridge.  The papers are from My Mind's Eye, Core Creations and Recollections.  The little leaves are also from the Autumn Celebrations cartridge.  Aren't they pretty little leaves.  I did some inking with burnt orange, bronze and brown inks from ColorBox.  


These great little gems, I found a couple of weeks ago at Hobby Lobby.  They have the look of animal skins.  I just love them and have found that they can be used in so many ways.  


And here I chose to use one of my favorite stamps for fall.  I completed the card with a big bow with ribbon I found at Hobby Lobby.  I just think it really completes the card with a lot of class.
Next, I have another card here that just speaks Fall.  I made this a shaped card using the acorn cut on the cartridge



The papers I used are from K&Company and Recollections.  I added some ecru lace from my stash.  The flower is cut from the Flower Shoppe cartridge.  It is inked with brown and given an orange gem center.I also added a bow made with embroidery thread and a large bow made with sheer orange ribbon.  I love this ribbon.  It is from Jo Ann's and comes in a variety of colors.  

The inside of the card was so much fun to make.


The little squirrel is a cut from the Give A Hoot cartridge.  And the oh so cute sentiment is from my newest set of stamps,"It's All Fall Puns" from Joy's Life.  This entire set is too cute for words!


Now, on to the next project.  
This next card was made using the card feature from the Autumn Celebrations cartridge.


This particular image has several different layers with are fabulous.  But for this card I only chose two.  I added little gems for the eyes.  Now, for the inside, I added the phrase cut that accompanies this image.  So fasten your seat belts, because you are going to love it!


Is't it the perfect phrase!  And I especially love the way it is shaped.

Here is a card I made featuring one of the beautiful Phrases and the phrase layers.


I used paper from Recollections and K&Company. I embellished the card with little gem and gem leaves.  And I added Stickles to the word "Grateful".  I just really wanted that word to pop!  

Now for my last project from the  Autumn Celebrations cartridge.  It seems as though every week, I hear of someone new has been diagnosed with breast cancer.  I seem to always have a need for cards of encouragement.  When I saw that the Autumn Celebrations cartridge had this beautiful image cut, I just knew I had to buy the cartridge.  


The papers are from K&Company as well as the embellishments.  This is probably one of my favorite Cricut cuts for breast cancer awareness.  


I added some Stickles to the blue ribbon and flower. Gems were added to the corners and the flower center.  The corners were created with a corner punch from Fishers.  I added four little dimensional stickers to the bottom of the card.  I think they are so sweet and just give the card a little more love.  

Thank you for visiting our Market Fresh Mondazes Cricut Showcase this week.  If you get a chance, I would love for you to drop by my blog, A Little Bit Of Detail.  Have a great week!
Charlotte



2 comments:

  1. WOW Charlotte, these cards are amazing! Thank you for such a wonderful showcase! I think the acorn has to be my favorite...BUT they are all superb!

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  2. Charlotte these projects are all amazing. Just when I thought I didn't need any carts right now you show me this amazing cart. I love the pumpkin and the acorn. :)

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